Uncertain of where to start when looking to purchase women’s new skis? Of course, Auski! Powder skis, cross-country skis, lightweight touring skis, and all-mountain skis are all available from us. Regardless of the ski style you prefer, we have something for you. Additionally, you can purchase women's snow skis locally, have them mounted in our shop to fit your ski boots, and then couple them with a selection of our ski bindings, or even find that perfect women’s ski jacket and women’s ski pants for a complete look!
All year long, Auski offers a wide selection of women's snow skis and ski gear from all the top brands at affordable prices. Since many of our customers travel to Japan in the summer to ski some of the deep powder there, skis from Black Crows, Blizzard, Dynastar, K2, Line, Nordica, Rossignol, Salomon and Volkl are available for purchase at Auski all year long. Auski offers a wide variety of ladies skis for any skill level, from novice to expert. Unsure of what to pick? Auski's knowledgeable staff can help you find the ideal ski; just get in touch with us today and one of our ski specialists can help with any questions you may have!
Women's specific skis can have a softer flex than men's and often have shorter turn radius' making them more nimble. Ladies ski and binding packages often have the binding mounted further forward as ladies often have a lower center of gravity and this helps turn the ski with less effort. Women often want lightweight skis and manufactures are achieving this by adding lightweight materials such as Carbon, Kyorod, Graphene and Titanal Alloy or Ti.
Volkl, K2, Head, and Salomon all offer excellent carving skis if you mostly ski on piste and prefer a narrower ski. Since they are smaller underfoot, you can move from edge to edge very quickly. Just keep in mind to consider how much time you will spend on various terrain types when choosing your women's skis, and then choose a ski that will manage all the circumstances that are likely to be in front of you on your ski adventures.
Like snappy and responsive skis? Choosing a narrower carve ski can make all the difference in icy conditions. These are narrower under foot with rocker in the tip and camber underfoot allowing you super quick transition from edge to edge making them a great choice as intermediate skis.
All Mountain women's skis are perfect if you mainly ski on piste. Often featuring medium widths underfoot and tip and tail rocker, all-mountain skis are forgiving making them perfect for icy Australian mornings to slushy afternoons. They give amazing edge grip but are a bit more versatile for softer snow conditions and can make great beginner skis.
Womens freeride skis are a bit wider and often aim to be the one ski quiver for on piste and powder snow. They feature wider waist widths and extended rocker zones to help handle the softer conditions.
If you are heading over seas and want women’s skis that will handle the soft snow, then look no further than womens powder skis, with the widest widths underfoot and sometimes full rocker they float through deep snow with ease.
Love shredding the park, womens park skis offer symmetrical side cuts beefed up construction to handle the hard life of a womens freestyle ski.
When picking your women's ski, just remember to think about the percentage of time you will spend on different terrain types and then pick a ski that will handle all the conditions likely to come in front of you on your ski trips. Not sure what you want, let Auski's experienced staff help you make the right decision when buying skis, we will even special order skis if we don’t have a model you are after.
Consider where you plan to ski before making your selection. The terrain affects how the skis react. Consider your height, weight, and level of expertise as well. Skis should be shorter for beginners because they are simpler to operate and longer for experts because they are faster. Your own preferences and level of expertise will determine the perfect skis for you. Select a pair of skis that are capable of handling any conditions you might face when skiing.
You will need a specific size of skis depending on your height, weight, and skiing style. Longer skis are typically preferred by skiers who are taller and heavier, whereas shorter skis are typically preferred by skiers who are lighter and shorter. Shorter skis are ideal for beginners because they offer better control.
At Auski, we take great satisfaction in being the retailer for alpine sports that provides excellent equipment from the best manufacturers in the world at unbelievably low prices. With fast, free shipping across Australia on all purchases over $99* and the option of Zippay, finding high-quality, reasonably priced women's skis and ski equipment has never been easier. Skis are also available for sale all year long, allowing you to make a small financial savings while participating in your favourite sport. Looking for skis on sale in Melbourne? Auski often has a selection of discount skis from last year for the savvy buyer.
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